Vacant L.A. dairy plant could serve as meat plant

by Bryan Salvage
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WOODLAND HILLS, CALIF. — Great American Group Inc. has, through its affiliate Great American Home Auctions LLC, purchased the real property of the former Humboldt Creamery facility located in Los Angeles, Calif.

It will be selling the real property, which consists of approximately 75,000 square feet under one roof on a parcel of just over 3 acres, with M-2 zoning. The building is equipped for both cold and frozen storage and is currently vacant.

"The property would make for an excellent 'owner-user' opportunity for produce, fish, meat or other food processing and storage," said Andy Gumaer, chief executive officer of Great American Group Inc.

Great American Group Inc. acquired the machinery, equipment and other assets of the Humboldt Creamery and has scheduled an auction of these assets on March 11, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. PST at 1474 North Indiana St. in Los Angeles. Items to be sold will be available for inspection on March 10, 2010 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and include stainless-steel conveyors, packaging equipment, freezers, stainless steel and bulk storage tanks, general plant and support equipment among other items.

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